Reflective Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy in a Diverse Society

  • Jason D.¬†Brown

Table of contents

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About this book


This book is a guide to critical reflective practice that highlights cultural differences and their impact on the therapeutic relationship. It is designed for therapists in training as well as more experienced practitioners. The book addresses important topics such as power and privilege in relation to class and race, gender and sex, (dis)ability and age. Readers are encouraged to respond to questions about their values and beliefs, worldviews and ideologies, and assumptions about theories of change, as well as their own heath and healing process.


Counseling Reflective Practice Reflection Developmental Insight Deliberate Reflection Effective Therapy Interpersonal Relationships Psychology Professionals Therapists Therapy Personality Ethical Decision-making

Authors and affiliations

  • Jason D.¬†Brown
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  1. 1.Faculty of EducationWestern UniversityLondonCanada

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